Two-vehicle crash takes down light pole in Horry County

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HORRY COUNTY, S.C. - A two-vehicle crash knocked over a light pole northwest of Myrtle Beach Friday afternoon, WMBF reports. 

According to the Horry County Fire Rescue, the crash occurred at 1:06 p.m. at 510 S.C. 544. 

A vehicle involved in the crash flipped over and then brought down a light pole, HCFR reports. 

The cause of the crash has not been confirmed and there are no reported injuries from the accident. 

This is an ongoing investigation by South Carolina Highway Patrol. Any new information will be updated accordingly. 

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